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Grand Canyon Vacation Packages

This is a place in Northern Arizona that roughly 1,000 people dwell in.

You'll find this destination approximately 180 miles from the state capital of Arizona. It is also around 2 miles from Grand Canyon Village.

Take the whole family to Flintstones Bedrock City, the perfect place to let your hair down with the kids.

On a fine day, pack a picnic and visit one or two of the leafy urban parks here. Two of the top green spaces are Grand Canyon National Park and Mather Point. Hopi Point and Pima Point are some of the other options in the area.

Yavapai Point is one of many handy visitor centers that can be found in the Grand Canyon area. Grand Canyon North Rim Visitor Center and Grand Canyon Backcountry Information Center are a couple of other informative spots for learning about the region.

Discover the area's wildlife at one of the lakes in the area, including Kaibab National Forest Headquarters and Ashurst Lake. Follow the shore and if the weather is warm enough, dip your toes in the water.

The Grand Canyon area provides visitors with plenty of outdoor adventure activities at its many beautiful natural havens. Nature lovers will like Grandview Point, Bright Angel Trailhead and South Kaibab Trailhead.

This destination is a gold mine of great facts and stories, and you'll find plenty to explore when you step through the doors of its many educational exhibition spaces. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the Yavapai Geology Museum and Tusayan Ruin and Museum. Another two worth considering are Flagstaff Field Center and Kolb Studio.

Grand Canyon has a lot to offer curious tourists. With Thunder Eagle Native Art and Fatherwolf Designs and Gallery, this location is a treasure trove for art and culture.
You can never truly understand a place until you know its history. Luckily, Grand Canyon has carefully preserved many of its most significant historic places. Begin your history tour with visits to the Hopi House and the Hermit's Rest. The Mary Jane Colter Buildings and the Lookout Studio are just two more of the many fascinating places to learn about the past in Grand Canyon.

For a slice of what Grand Canyon is all about, check out its most famous icons. Head straight to Mohave Point and then Maricopa Point, where there's lots to see and learn. Some of the other landmarks here are Moran Point and Lipan Point and round out your sight-seeing trip to the area.
Grand Canyon publicly displays a couple of sites of rememberance in memory of the lives of its past residents. Desert View Watchtower and Watchtower are much visited sites.

Flagstaff Plaza Shopping Center is the best spot to go to if you love bargain hunting and people-watching. Find out what the locals shop for and buy a couple of souvenirs for friends and family.

To see the cultural side of Grand Canyon, reserve seats at Flagstaff Playhouse, one of the region's premier live concert venues. This is a great opportunity to experience the local happenings, so check the entertainment guides to see what shows are scheduled during your vacation.

No matter how many well known attractions you've managed to fit into your schedule, visits to Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent's Residence and Phantom Ranch are a good way to get an authentic local experience.

Accommodation in Grand Canyon

Pre-booking a beautiful hotel or apartment is the first step to take for a truly laid-back vacation. You can encounter the best and the most popular Grand Canyon hotels on Expedia's user-friendly lodging guide.

Two examples of the high-end Grand Canyon places are the Wyndham Flagstaff, at 1900 Country Club Dr, and the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, at 235 N. Grand Canyon Blvd. If those two don't quite match your taste and budget, The Grand Hotel at the Grand Canyon or the Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn are two more budget-friendly spots that may be what you're looking for.
Another good option is to stay within walking distance of Grand Canyon National Park by booking accommodation at the Maswik Lodge, which is just 2 miles away. Equally popular is the El Tovar, which is 2 miles from Grand Canyon National Park.